The music industry is to propose new measures in combating the surge in tape to tape music sharing in which music industry chiefs blame for a loss in interest in packaged boy band pop groups and more importantly, a lot of money.
The industry aims to combat this by introducing a brainwash media campaign that taps into the music lovers conscience that some how links music sharing to funding terrorism; thus cutting off radio station access to users who listen either too frequently or over longer periods than the average user, sue manufacturers of HIFI stack systems that possess more than one tape deck, sue electrical stores that sell packs of blank tapes to customers without going around the customers house and checking the customers intentions were lawful, and finally a pay-per listen licence to each and every song produced to be policed by the state and funded by the tax payer.
A music industry spokesperson said last night; music lovers are finding it too easy to go into a shop, purchase a pack of blank C90 tapes, go home to record off the radio their favorite songs then using high speed dubbing copy tapes for all their friends.
A Music spokesperson denied that their so called problem has been going on for many years and their real drive is based on greed to protect their large wedge now that more and more music artists are choosing to cut out the greedy fat cat middle man by starting up their own label and self promoting through their talent, the Internet and word of mouth. The spokesperson went on to deny that also music lovers have now turned their backs on being spoon fed plastic packaged boybands that produce cover after cover version of someone else songs, accompanied by music videos featuring the over glorified pretty karaoke singers in slow motion situations involving getting the girl, rain on the face and looking serious and moody.